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6mm, Spring Powered, Single Shot Airsoft Pistol
The NEW Stinger P50 is a full-sized pistol with a comfort grip design. It features an easy cocking slide and quick-release, easy load magazine that holds 15 rounds. The Stinger P50 has velocities of up to 300 fps. Also included is a trial package of high-quality .12g airsoft BBs and a spare magazine.
- Model NumberASP50B
- VelocityUp to 300 fps
- Weight1.10 lbs
- Length10.50 in
- Power SourceSpring
- Caliber6mm Plastic BBs
- Front SightFixed Blade
- Rear SightFixed Notch
By Juan Cena
(2 out of 5 stars)
I just received this gun a week or so ago. Straight out of the box, the clip will not stay in the gun. I chose this pistol because it was inexpensive, and that's just what I received. A cheap product.
Put some tape on the back side of the clip - it fits snug and with right amount it slids back out easily too!
To all the whiners...
I own a pair of these that I bought from a warehouse store (SI Airsoft in Fort Worth) about five years ago, same day as I bought my R34 rifle. At the time, I didn't know they were Crosman (box they were in was from some off-brand company in Beijing, got home, noticed the Crosman brand marks on the grip, mag and slide), and I can honestly say, for the $20 I paid for the pair, I couldn't be happier. Only problem I had was the orange barrel extension popping off, but that was easily fixed with a careful application of Krazy Glue.
To be blunt, these things are perfect for plinking, screwing around with friends, and, if you're skilled enough, skirmishing. I used nothing but one of these, with the magazine from the second as a spare tucked in my pocket, in a 6 on one fight, with the other guys using various AEGs (everything from an M4 Mini to a Well D90S, one guy had a Pulse R76). Fired a total of 36 shots, only missed once, never got hit the first three rounds.
By Cactus Town Airsoft
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